Making the Case for Care Reform in Light of Covid-19 webinar

Making the Case for Care Reform in Light of Covid-19

The first in a series of free webinars for anyone looking to make a positive impact by delivering or advocating for child care reform in Asia.

Hope and Homes for Children presents ‘Institutionalised Children in Asia: Covid-19 and Beyond’; a new series of free webinars focusing on care reform within Asia. Designed for practitioners, policy makers, donors or children and adults affected by institutional care, these webinars will explore how we can make a hugely positive impact in the region for children without, or at risk of being without, parental care.

These free sessions are a timely follow-up to the recent Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond (ICEB) international academic journal, which highlighted some of the key elements, challenges and opportunities relating to alternative care for children in Asia.

Webinar 01. Making the Case for Care Reform in Light of Covid-19
In this first free webinar Dr Delia Pop, Director of Tanya’s Dream Fund, will make the case for care reform including the challenges and opportunities presented by Covid-19. Delia will be in conversation with Dr Kiran Modi, from Udayan Care, who will share the history and impact of the ICEB journal, and how combining research and practice are especially relevant today.

Register and secure your free place now via Eventbrite.

 


We’d like to thank Allen & Overy for all their support delivering this webinar series. Photo © Amanda Vail